Cloud Provides SAP Extra Room for Growth

SAP has been known as a business that develops its own software products that will eventually be purchased, installed and ran on other companies computers. Recently, however, even SAP has began to respond to the demand for cloud services.

SuccessFactors, a web-based employee management software company, was recently acquired by SAP--a move that may be indicative of SAP's change in attitude concerning cloud services. By using the power of the cloud, enterprises can avoid the typical costs associated with buying, installing and maintaining software for their own computers.

SAP has been known as a business that develops its own software products that will eventually be purchased, installed and ran on other companies' computers. Recently, however, even SAP has began to respond to the demand for cloud services.

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